Galveston Bay Foundation seeks Water Policy and Outreach Specialist

The Galveston Bay Foundation is seeking a Water Policy and Outreach Specialist. The Specialist contributes to the GBF’s efforts in advocating for the most efficient use of existing water supplies in the Houston-Galveston area in order to ensure local water resources support a resilient and sustainable Galveston Bay. The position coordinates and executes multiple water conservation, freshwater inflows, and green infrastructure initiatives carried out in coordination with the Texas Living Waters Project, a collaborative effort among Galveston Bay Foundation, National Wildlife Federation, and the Sierra Club Lone Star Chapter. Please visit galvbay.org for a full job description, including duties and qualifications. To apply, email cover letter and resume to [email protected] by Friday, May 3, 2019. Please reference position title in subject line of email.

Galveston Bay Foundation seeks Conservation Stewardship Coordinator

The Galveston Bay Foundation is seeking a Conservation Stewardship Coordinator, who will fulfill critical roles within the Galveston Bay Foundation’s Land Conservation program, ensuring that coastal habitats on GBF conservation properties are well maintained and stewarded to support wildlife and fisheries and protect water quality. The duties of this position are diverse, and the Conservation Stewardship Technician must be equally adept at handling both field and administrative tasks and in working independently as well as with teams of staff and volunteers. Please visit galvbay.org for a full job description, including duties and qualifications. To apply, email cover letter and resume to [email protected] by Friday, May 3, 2019. Please reference position title in subject line of email.

Galveston Bay Foundation seeks Seasonal Field Technicians

The Galveston Bay Foundation (GBF) seeks three (3) temporary, full-time field technicians to join the conservation team to conduct and promote habitat management and restoration activities on conserved lands throughout the Galveston Bay watershed. GBF protects more than 8,000 acres and is looking for dedicated students, recent graduates, or other interested applicants to assist with conservation management and restoration activities. For a detailed job description, including duties, qualifications, requirements, and compensation, visit galvbay.org.